Get e-tickets to the permanent exhibitions of the National Science and Technology Museum, Kaohsiung — the first applied-science museum in Taiwan! With 18 permanent exhibition halls, featuring state-of-the-art interactive science experiments and experiences for all ages, expect hours of fun and learning for the whole family.
• Scan your QR code and get your hand stamped at the ticketing kiosk in the lobby to enter • As a preventative measure, opening hours have been adjusted and some special exhibitions may be temporarily closed; please refer to the museum website and to onsite announcements for full details • Please refrain from speaking loudly or loitering in the exhibitions • Please dress conservatively when visiting the museum • Eating and drinking is only allowed in the restaurant and designated eating areas • No smoking, spitting, or littering within the museum • Dangerous goods and animals other than service animals cannot be brought into the museum
Experience what it’s like to walk on the moon or be a fighter pilot, at the National Science and Technology Museum — Taiwan’s incredible first museum for the applied sciences. Armed with pre-booked e-tickets, you’ll have access to 18 permanent exhibition halls, each one themed according to its topic, along with a variety of interactive facilities like the moon walk, earthquake simulation room, flying simulation, autonomous car riding experience, and more! Visitors of all ages can be fully immersed in the sciences through the interactive experiences on offer. The museum is truly a place of knowledge, culture, and entertainment: the perfect place for a family day out! Besides the permanent exhibitions, there are five special exhibition halls, a full-sized cinematic theatre, a library dedicated to the sciences, and various unique displays such as a startup factory and an open depository. For kids in the K-6 age group, not only are there great child-friendly facilities like the Boat of Dreams and the Mystery Kingdom, recently the Fun City Exhibition Hall is capturing young imaginations like never before. For the students in the 12-year range of compulsory education, exhibitions relevant to each age’s curriculum can be found, with a variety of cutting-edge technologies on showcase to spark interest and give an in-depth look at the field of science. Housing so much more than just a collection of exhibits, we invite everyone with an interest in the sciences to come visit the National Science and Technology Museum!